[ot][spam][draft/notes] braindead learning: algorithms research

Undescribed Horrific Abuse, One Victim & Survivor of Many gmkarl at gmail.com
Sun Oct 16 08:29:14 PDT 2022

I’m thinking a major component was skill at manipulating smaller,
normative concepts and structures, in complex ways. With practice, one
can imagine more and more simultaneous pointers with ease. Memory
competitions for other knowledgesets show that anybody can learn to
hold many items in their mind at once, with practice.

Another part is how it is useful to use things like pointers and for
loops. There are also various transforms one can perform on structures
and algorithms, to mutate them into something with different
properties of speed, storage use, and other forms of complexity.

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